Hermann Giliomee

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Hermann Giliomee is an author of historical and political studies, former Professor of Political Studies at the University of Cape Town (1983–2002), President of the South African Institute of Race Relations (1995–1997) and Extraordinary Professor of History at the Stellenbosch University. He co-founded Die Suid-Afrikaans, an Afrikaans journal of opinion in 1984. Giliomee was a regular columnist for the Cape Times, The Rand Daily Mail and other periodicals from 1980 to 1997 and is writing a political column for the Afrikaans morning newspapers Die Burger, Beeld and Volksblad.

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Volgens Hermann Giliomee beskryf Sparks, wat ook Helen Zille se mentor was, iewers in sy boek The mind of South Africa ons Nederlandse, Franse en Duitse voorouers as: “…surely the simplest and most backward fragment of Western ...
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Professor Hermann Giliomee se boeke is tog redelik genuanseerd en gesaghebbend dan nie? Maar in plaas daarvan is hulle tevrede om te bly vassteek by die apartheidsdogma van hulle kinderjare. Presies nes sekere mense bly vassteek ...
Author: i90Christian  (18 Jan 2015)

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The other names on the list of 27 include the director of the Afrikanerbond Jan Bosman, Naspers nonexecutive director Ton Vosloo, former administrator of the then-Cape province Kobus Meiring, historian Hermann Giliomee and a number of ...
Author: somervilleafricajournalism  (18 Jan 2015)

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